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in marin county. our meteorologist, mike nicco, has live doppler 7 hd. >> we talked how the frost would be over and the rain would be go. here you go with live doppler 7 hd. we have a lower layer of 3,000 feet of dry air so the radar looks impressive but mostly sprinkles getting through the dry air right now but it is moistening as we speak. right now our best radar returns are from west of american canyon toward napa headed across 37 on the edge of the bay to novato and toward san rafael and lucas valley road is about to get wet and novato boulevard the latest sweep is centering on novato and 37th. broadening the picture and showing you what is going on, moist system coming up from the south and here is our cold front to the west so ahead of that we are going do have waves of moisture that create more rain as we head into the afternoon hours. i will let you know how long it will last just ahead. >> an update to a breaking news story we brought to you on abc7 news at 4:30 this morning, investigators believe they now know the source of an early morning fire in san francisco that broke no
camera on mount tamalpais in marin county. our meteorologist, mike nicco, has live doppler 7 hd. >> we talked how the frost would be over and the rain would be go. here you go with live doppler 7 hd. we have a lower layer of 3,000 feet of dry air so the radar looks impressive but mostly sprinkles getting through the dry air right now but it is moistening as we speak. right now our best radar returns are from west of american canyon toward napa headed across 37 on the edge of the bay to novato and toward san rafael and lucas valley road is about to get wet and novato boulevard the latest sweep is centering on novato and 37th. broadening the picture and showing you what is going on, moist system coming up from the south and here is our cold front to the west so ahead of that we are going do have waves of moisture that create more rain as we head into the afternoon hours. i will let you know how long it will last just ahead. >> an update to a breaking news story we brought to you on abc7 news at 4:30 this morning, investigators believe they now know the source of an early morning fire in
are claiming a bigger stake of the industry's annual $300 billion in sales. mike hegedus takes us to one small regional brewer on the verge of going national. >> reporter: it is the face of success illuminated by a welders' torch, a german- engineered expansion assembled with bavarian precision. a $10 million project to increase production of-- roll out the barrels, baby, it's beer! this is the lagunitas brewing company operation in petaluma, california, on the edge of bucolic sonoma county pasture land. lagunitas, with 150 employees, is in the sweet spot of the u.s. beer industry. sales by small, regional craft brewers making up for sagging national brand sales. >> it's about people who are alternative thinkers, who just are looking for their own experiences in life. they don't want to be fed from a tv commercial what it is they want to put in their bodies. beer is one of those ancient personal relationships people will have. this over here, this is malt that comes from alberta, canada. this is the base for making beer. if this were wine, these are grapes that we'd squeeze. >> reporter: tony
and rick and mike and bill. steve, who do unions have to blame for >> the public sector salaries are unaffordable . private sector, people are find figure you want real growth, you can't be strangle in the work rules. in chicago, unions made a few concessions because conventions are saying we'll not come and can't get anything done. >> there is a sense that the unions care more about the political power than jobs. look at what happened to boeing 747 and twinkies . american airlines. they went bankrupt. >> i will not deny that unions haven't played a roll in shooting themselves in the foot. they did to some deagree. you do find that 50 percent of it was due to anticollective bargaining agreements that we are seeing in the states . right to work legislation . these things are taking a toll. we are seeing the thing that is unions spent so many years fighting for is now codified as part of federal law. it is not over yet. california numbers are going up. >> emac. the fact is, a lot of right to work laws are hurting the unions and people are voting for them. they spent million in tryi
that be the right choice for the nobel committee? here for a fair and balanced debate are mike slater and garland nixon both radio talk show hosts. thank you both for joining us. >> thank you. >> i'm going to start with you. the petition or change.org. it calls on the committee to present the prize to secretary clinton for her work around the world and to her husband, former president bill clinton for his post presidential international involvement. good idea? bad idea? >> well, with previous winners like yasser arafat, state senator barack obama and the eu, i think even hillary clinton would agree at this point, what difference does it make? which, by the way is going to be her campaign slogan in 2016. the nobel peace prize should go to people who risk their lives and doing heroic work and whose efforts will be magna advertised by recognition from this award. hillary clinton does not risk her life. she does not do heroic work. i have been waiting all day to hear from mr. garland nixon about what she has done for any tangible effort at peace whatsoever. >> garland, let us know? what do you think?
you like them? >> they supplied for samuel morris . did a good job. >> mike, they have been around. >> turning into a commodity business and too much competition and hurting margins and a time warner, why do you like them now? >> they are adding great programming like the los angeles lakers and paying for that bypassing through price ipcreases to their customers. >> loving that sports programming. what do you think emac. >> i wish television subscribers would stick around. they have been losing customers. >> that's it for forbes on fox. stick around eric boling's debut on cashin' in. >> man, it is cold out here. cold enough to freeze a new york city fountain . why would lawmakers want to spend 14 trillion of your money on global warming . it is time to put that argument on ice. how hot is that super bowl ad. hot enough to heat up the internet . two golf greats, driving a message to tax happy lawmakers. see if their message is heard. cashin in kicks off right now. good morning, i am eric bowl glad you are joining us. mr. wayne rogers and johnathon honic and tracey burns and sandra s
. they know the market needs to move away from this, but it's going to away longer process. >> kevin and mike will be with us for the rest of the hour. >> and it's time for the global markets report. kelly evans is standing by in london. i could string up a lot of thing to talk to you about, kelly. you're very close to davos. i don't know. we -- i don't really feel like i've missed anything, really. but you're still close. you could have jetted over there easily and joined in with, you know, john legend and charlie thero this e, andrew ross sorkin. >> i was hoping maybe some of those people would use it as an excuse to come through london. ross westgate has been away at davos covering the event. he'll be back tomorrow. i've been holding down the ship in the meantime. i think you get more out of it if you're there, but if you missed it, you're kind of like, yeah, life goes on. we're down by 0.04%. what's interesting is the extend to which people are talking about the rally over here, driven by the same kind of positive mood fundamentals if you want to call it that that's underpinning the rally
: that was the explanation. we are bringing in mike baker now. the accountability review board came out. we knew that there were serious administrative and logistical screw ups leading up to the incident. we knew that. they did not address some of the issues which i am sure she will not address. who was in the white house situation room that night of the incident? did anyone request authorization to at least try a rescue attempt? was it denied? how could the president just fail to at least try, to at least put planes of in the air, to at least try to put up a response. connell: there was no delay in the response. mainly delays in the attacks. you mentioned the tone. there was an exchange with ron johnson of wisconsin, talking over and over about the u.n. ambassador on the sunday shows after the attacks, and whether or not the american people were misled by ambassador rice, and here's that exchange. senator johnson speaking, and secretary clinton answering. watch this. >> we were misled there was supposedly protest, and then something sprang out of that. that was easily ascertained that that was
readings falling to 30 degrees below. guess where we find our friend mike tobin? he is in chicago are but it feels like 7 below right now. we're hearing about a warehouse fire there. turns out that was quite a sight, mike. >> reporter: it made quite a sight. the bad news that warehouse fire backed up this morning, 50 firefighters had to get out in bitter cold to spray water back on top of this structure which has become an "ice castle". they need so much water, the firefighters are bringing out a special deluge unit to the warehouse fire to give them ability to dump water on it. that creates a problem. that is old warehouse. the highs gets really heavy. the structure is in danger of collapse. when you get the giant fiv five-alarm fires, an old firefighter buddy called that a surround and drown. you don't have the guys inside of the structure because it at risk of collapse. the windchill brings temperatures down to 25 below. it is drawing tremendous resources. the way one of the firefighters put it i hope there is not another fire because you have so much in the way of resources in
holding ultimately secret meetings. mike doyle from the newspaper is here with us, mike, dweewe don't have a lot of information, but something is going on. >> late last year, the government came into possession or information that potentially impeached, or impeached the correct of one of the witnesses. they told the judge and judge told the defense and they've had meetings, to hash out what the information is, significance to the trial and whether the hearings themselves should be secret which so far they have been. >> greta: the mere fact that the-- like the prosecutors don't turn over information easily to the defense, especially after conviction, the mere fact that the prosecutors themselves, they apparently initiated this thought it was pretty big information that would tarnish what one of the witnesses said in trial, it must be important if they turned it over to the defense at this date. >> in theory i suppose the requirement to hand over exculpatory information applies whether or not the witness is significant. they've spent so much time arguing about this and so much attention in t
your turn initiative? >> it is going well. mike rossi is leading the charge. i have met with what i think will be the next president of china. we have delegations from china to come here. we're sending delegations there. this is not just business as usual. we're getting detailed committees and proposals, a couple of the key states. we want good coming this way. we want good going out way. -- goods coming this way and we want goods going out that way. >> are you doing anything like that? >> we have been working on the north-south access. we have a biannual that denver works on that brings people together for cultural, business, intellectual exchange and focuses on mexico and chile and brazil. one of the great things we're missing right now, it is part of the root of this mess about it -- immigration. our partners are right there. those old movies where people -- there was the girl next door, and the hero tries to fall in love with some likely candidates. she turns out to be loyal and ticks down her hair and -- takes down her hair and glasses. that is mexico. brazil and you'll get all
the revolution on sunday morning where anti-government protesters went up against them for a third day. mike is in cairo for us. let's start here. last time we talked about several cities being a tinderbox. we have laid out the story. the national defense council, meant to discuss the security situation in the country. what can out of that meeting? >> it was made clear that the events in egypt at the moment will fall under the control of the national defense council. this is a body composed of government ministers and representatives from both houses of parliament, as well as military commanders and the head of military intelligence. this body has not been seen operating publicly since it was created last year. very clearly, it is the supervising was happening on the ground. rejected by most of the opposition movement, claiming that they reserve the right to impose a state of emergency in particular areas, should they wish to do so. there was no threat to do so immediately, but they made it clear that they would use the option if the situation on the ground continued to deteriorate. >> we wa
with sports director dennis o'donnell, vern glenn, mike sugerman and myself. >>> coming up next, the super bowl means a big boon for one business. how many chicken wings americans will eat that weekend. >> and republicans reached a deal on the debt ceiling but there's a catch. the latest from washington. coming up next. >> from the cbs 5 weather center, good afternoon, everyone. sure, we have some rain showers in and around the bay area. that's our live camera looking out towards mount vaca. the rain and how long it will stick around as eyewitness news continues right here on cbs 5. about to pay more the next time you mail. the u-s postal >>> hope you stocked up on forever stamps because if you didn't, you're about to pay more the next time you mail out. the u.s. postal service is upping the cost of a stamp by a penny this weekend. now it will cost 46 cents to send a letter. 33 cents for a postcard and for the first time ever, the postal service is going to start offering a global forever stamp for $1.10. >>> there is a truth in the battle over the deb
anchor mike head up the tee. live report from new orleans begins superbowl week. so hope you will join us for that. >> well as we move on. more to bring you tonight honoring martin luther king jr. coming up. marching bands. jazz pwachbilityd and local leaders. we take you to the oldest continuous tribute to dr. king in the east bay. >> plus only on abc 7 news tonight. violence in the workplace. man charged with murder of 3 co-workers blames it all on his childhood in china. >> spencer is here with the weather. >> here in the accu-weather forecast center. mild weather. showering weather and cold weather all in one week. all coming up in my accu-weather forecast in just a moment. >> thanks. also ahead tonight. the new hall that is about to jawpz the music scene in san jthere's this island -- and it's got super-cute kangaroos. barrow island has got rare kangaroos. ♪ chevron has been developing energy here for decades. we need to protect their environment. we have a strict quarantine system to protect the integrity of the environment. forty years on, it's still a class-a nature
octavia spencer. talk about her role in this town. -- in this film. >> i wrote the script with mike in mind. i had a good idea we could get mike because no one was using him for what you is worth. michael b. jordan. he had done "the wire," and had done even if you feature films that are successful, but i had not seen him in the lead role. every time i watched him, i wanted the camera to stay on him. octavia, after i finish the sentence screenwriters lab, but a jet was like, i think we can get this to octavia. i was like, should you are crazy. she just won an oscar. >> she won the oscar for "the help." >> an on board. she is one of the warmest human beings i've ever met in my life. >> you were directing this academy award winning star. >> i was. it is very motivating. >> there was an interesting question last night when this movie played. someone raised their hand and said, "what about the bart? bart" you did this in the bart station. it was the bart police that killed oscar grant did did they cooperate? >> they did. a little history about what happened, after oscars trial and everyt
's brother, mike, throughout the crisis and yesterday after we heard the terrible news. he said it best. i can associate with my brother getting in a car wreck or having cancer, but terrorism and neederland, texas, don't go together. he was described as a great family man and a fantastic co-worker, a leader who mentored countless individuals during his tenure. he was also known for his spontaneous wit. victor moved from neederland, texas, to move closer to work. mr. speaker, victor was killed not because of what he did. he was killed because of who he was. he was killed because he was an american. a radical islamic al qaeda group by the name of the significant anytories in blood claimed responsibility for this terrorist attack. those who seek to destroy us and kill indiscriminantly. they hate us for who we are and what we stand for. diplomacy is not in their vocabulary. two other americans were also killed in this attack. their names were gordon rowan of sumpter, oregon, and fredrick of katy, texas. the algerian military retook the compound after three days. they found that 34 other hostag
and the pursuit of al qaeda in iraq. it is a conversation with general stanley mcchrystal, also featuring mike o'hanlon of brookings. thanks so much for joining us on "the washington journal." [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] mf good morning, everyone. welcome to brookings. thanks for coming out. it is an unusual treat, even at a place where we have such amazing events, to have general stanley mcchrystal here today. i am mike o'hanlon, one of the members of the 21st century defense initiative. we are hosting this event with bruce riddell, who runs the -- first readout -- bruce riddell .- bruce ridedel, general mcchrystal build up an organization into what was the state-of-the-art capability that ultimately led not only to our topic of today, the tracking and ultimate killing of the al qaeda terrorist zarqawi, but also many of the procedures that led to the finding and killing of bin laden. the success of joint special operations command is one of the most important stories in the broader war on terror. we are honored
administration. i've never seen anything like it. mike wallis did me on "60 minutes" and it was a fair and tough interview, but it was great and he became a friend of mine after that actually. but this interview was, you know, all love. >> steve: it was all love. there are some who have said, you know, from the very beginning, it seemed like the clintons and mr. obama came to some sort of agreement. all right, you're going to sign on and help campaign. there is going to be a payoff down the line. do you think this could be part of that? >> well, i don't know exactly what's going on. i certainly don't know what's going on with "60 minutes" because i think nobody has been on" 60 minutes" more than obama. every time you turn it on, he's there. >> gretchen: 15 times with steve croft. >> it's got to be some sort of record. it has to be a record. i've never seen a tough question asked. nobody asks any tough questions. they talk about how well the world is doing. the world is a disaster. it's been a total catastrophe and nobody asks the tough questions. i never saw such laughing and smiling. >> brian:
on "worldwide exchange" from davos. we'll be joined with mike brown. we'll get right to him when we come back. >>> as we can see the focus for the economy in davos, we can see mining and commodity experts. they think they're pretty optimistic for what's to come this year. here is a recap. >> i'm actually a little bit more optimistic that 2013 will see us recovering and, therefore, we take the view that the oil prices for 2013 and that will actually not slow down the growth. as we can see, things coming back. i'm confident that the gold price will continue to go towards 1,800. considering that given any other uncertainties and certainties about, for example, the yen, the new bank of japan policy on inflation targeting, there are a number of very attractive investment assets. >> despite the global economic downturn, 100, 110 has been pretty stable. most of the screens project around the $80 level, 8el 0 to 90, i would say. and governments in the region oil producing governments tend to budget at that sort of level. natural gas, of course, a much bigger variation and the u.s. has become competit
and then -- are you ready, skee-daddy? time for the "lightning round" on cramer's "mad money." mike in new york. mike. >> caller: hello, dr. jim cramer. snoefius. can you tell me about it? >> yes. i thought the quarter wasn't that bad. they're rurng the t.a.r.p. money. the street didn't like it. street long. i am a buyer of synovus. let's go to todd in florida. todd. >> caller: jim, i love accenture, acm -- >> you're right to love it. >> buy buy buy! >> people decided the quarter was better than expected even though it wasn't. that stock goes higher as doesa cy p. ricky in california. rick. >> caller: ba-ba-ba-boo-yah, jimmy. >> nice stuttering boo-yah. >> caller: high sierra. >> lot of oil there. >> caller: my stock is -- >> i think the yield curve's going to be favorable to them. let's go to paul in colorado. paul. >> caller: boo-yah, national oil -- >> people think the national oil is going to have a bad quarter next week. scuttlebutt. if that is the case -- >> buy buy buy! >> because this company is the best rigged technology in the world i like it. let's go to richard in north carolina. >> calle
, mike, here we go! (cheers) unbelievable! that's the longest sky-hook i've seen, it was shot around the world, and scoring him $75,000, that's before taxes. he's going to get hit hard after the governor and home state of illinois get their hands on it, about $53,000, not bad for that basketball shot! isn't that amazing and lebron tackles them and if you watch both teams went crazy which is cool. stay tuned to "fox & friends" and michael will join the show at 9:30 this morning to talk about that big shot. those are your headlines, my trend. >> i thought that was chris on-- >> chris? >> chris wears a beret. >> that was a-- >> 53,000. >> are you ready for the hypocrisy release of the morning, dianne feinstein exempts government officials of the very weapons that americans-- >> you can't buy them, but government officials can. >> that's right, it turns out they're pretty effective for defending yourself. they're purchasing 7,000 personal defense rifles, aka, assault rifles, the exact kind the government lectured that you don't need to protect yourself, but according them them, it's pers
, congressional colleague, and friend, mike honda, who exemplified what it means to be a public servant. [cheers and applause] mike has exempt mid -- exemplified what it means to be a ser vent, and especially as congressman from california's 15th district. [applause] let me tell you something, i had an opportunity to serve in congress with mike and watched his add vo cosigh and passion and commitment to his constituents to diversity, to making sure that we keep our citizens safe from harm, and it has been an absolute privilege to serve, and i will continue to serve side by side with him on the house committee on appropriations. mike is a fearless leader, answering the call to serve throughout his career. work on issues from education and transporation to civil rights and national service advanced the causes of the party immeasurably. please join me in thanking our retiring officers. they have done a remarkable service for the entire country. [applause] now let me introduce our slate of new dnc officers. they are a talented, dedicated and passionate group of people who will strengthen and energiz
friday morning at 4:28. look who is visiting this morning. >> hello! please say hell to to mr. mike nicco. >> they can see us any day. welcome. >> all right. good morning, everyone. live doppler 7 hd shows spotty radar returns this morning. some drizzle. a little bit of fog. another damp morning. not wide-spread rain like we had to the south yesterday morning for the commute. but it is still moist out there with wetness on the roads. temperatures are mild. novato is 46. upper 40's around napa and fairfield and concord. everyone else in the low-to-mid 50's. through the afternoon hour we will hang out in the upper 50's to mid-60's with a stray shower possible. less likely than yesterday. now, hello to sue hall. >> hello everyone. happy friday. we do have a little bit of mist and drizzle. some damp roads. no real problems to speak of. look at the golden gate bridge. i came across at 3:30, already four lanes for southbound commute. it is wide open. no problems. we have road work through marin county north 101 and south 101 from the bottom of the waldo grade to the top of the waldo grade. to o
is slowing down. we'll check on the particles for that with mike in just a moment. today's highs even with showers on the radar 68 degrees in gilroy. 64 in los gatos. unsettled pattern through the weekend. a few more showers tomorrow morning. >> that's your latest >> that's your latest weather. willie? >> al, thanks a lot. more puzzle pieces falling into place in the manti te'o girlfriend hoax. the football player spoke out in his first on-camera interview, and for the first time we're hearing the voice he believed to be lennay kekua. we have the latest. >> good morning, willie. a famous college football player falls in love with a girl he never meets. it's all on line, a girl who dies tragically while he plays on at her request. and a legend is born. only the legend is born out of a lie.manti te'o told katie couri, the girl never existed. when manti te'o told katie couric the love of his life turned out to be the picture of a stranger used without suspicion and the hoax of a voice, that could measure his credibility. >> what i went through was real. the feelings, the pain, the sorrow
general stanley mcchrystal here today. i am mike o'hanlon, one of the members of the 21st century defense initiative. we are hosting this event with bruce riddell, who runs the -- first readout -- bruce riddell -- bruce riedel. general mcchrystal build up an organization into what was the state-of-the-art capability that ultimately led not only to our topic of today, the tracking and ultimate killing of the al qaeda terrorist zarqawi, but also many of the procedures that led to the finding and killing of bin laden. the success of joint special operations command is one of the most important stories in the broader war on terror. we are honored that roos will be -- bruce riedel will be interviewing general mcchrystal this morning. this is based on the recent book, which i hope you a purchase, which we are proud to be discussing, my share of the task -- "my share of the task," its describes the role of not only command, but also other military personnel and international personnel that he worked with. just a couple more words about our panelists. bruce was a 30-year cia veteran before joinin
. the notre dame star spoke out in his first on camera interview. mike taibbi has the latest. good morning. >> just to recap for those who don't know the bare bones of this improbable tale, a college football player falls in love with a girl he never meets, online, and then she dies and he plays the next day, at her request. there was never any girlfriend. the love of his life turned out to be a picture of a stranger used without permission and accompanied by a hoaxter's voice for months on end, those listening and watching could measure his credibility. >> no, what i went through was real. the feelings, the pain, the sorrow. that was all real. and that is something that i can't fake sfwlr. >> reporter: te'o says this man, ronaiah tuiasosopo, created the hoax. battle against leukemia and her need for him to stick with her. >> i'm getting ready for my first session and, um just want to call you and keep you posted. i miss you. i love you. bye. >> reporter: when he was told last september she died, the same day his grandmother died, she left this message the night before. i just want to say
at dodger stadium in 2011. >>> famous big wave surfer mike parsons is recovering from a broken neck he got while surfing. the bulletin reports he nearly drowned after slamming his head into the water while trying to catch a wave last weekend. he was wearing a flotaation device that saved his life. he is expected to make a full recover yes. >> the sharks are back on the ice in san jose and fans just couldn't be happier. fans cheered as the doors opened at hp last night and even bear hugged the team's mascot. a lock out kept them away for months. >> i waited like months for san jose to come back and play the home game. i'm so excited to watch. >> employees are also excited. their work hours were cut during the lock out. the sharks scored four goals in the third period to beat the coyotes. >>> people who work at restaurants in san francisco could get another payday. more than 50 restaurant owners are being targeted for charging extra fees to cover the city mandated health care coverage. the city claims only a third of that money actually went to medical costs. today san francisco city at
. republicans in the house trying to force senators to come up with a spending plan will go without pay. mike emanuel is live on capitol hill with more. when we take up the debt ceiling deal? reporter: the senate is likely to take up the bill some time next week. they are required to pass a budget by april 15. bottom line, fiscal conservative senators are loving it. >> they have really written some good budgets, tough budget that they have defended, but the democratic senate has just a few. they say send more money. they need the american people to send more money. we don't need a budget to tell you where the money is going to be. so i think that they understand. >> some are complaining that the senate democrats refused to do about it for three years in a row. finally, now that the house has passed the measure and we start to hear the senate democrats saying that they are going to do a budget. jon: is part of that deal, they are required to pass it by april 15, or else no budget and no pay. they will ultimately get paid down the road, but for those who are not part of the millionaires club, n
, the nation magazine. victoria an nbc latino con tr contribut contributor. mike, the executive director of the schoolkill center and peggy executive director of west harlem environmental education. so nice to have all of you at the table. folks who follow the story know the second part of the story is that the president is deposed by a military coup last year in 2012. the thing i love and hate about that story is yep, that's exactly the problem. we can't make big, sustainable international green policy because we are fighting, literally fighting over islands sinking into the ocean. here, too, we are continuing to fight over all these policy questions and politics questions and missing the big story, the big story that is affecting all of us. is there any way to get us refocused on international inner generational, sustainable and international? >> climate change. we all have skin and neck in it. polls show 49% of americans believe that climate change is occurring and that people have caused it. 24% say it's climate change, but not from people. i'm not sure what science people are waitin
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